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Intellectual Property: How Medtech Startups Can Protect It
August 7, 2017 - Medical Design & Outsourcing
By: Alexander Adam, Ph.D
Intellectual Property: How Medtech Startups Can Protect It All companies begin with an idea. The details of protecting intellectual property, however, can be daunting, especially...
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Practical Aspects of Intellectual Property That You Should Know
July 2017 - The Cutting Edge Magazine
By: Patrick A. Quinlan
Patrick Quinlan, Associate, breaks down the four basic areas of IP in his article "Practical Aspects of Intellectual Property That You Should Know," featured in...
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BPLA International and Foreign Practice Committee Host an Event on Strategies for Prosecuting Biotech and Life Science Patents in China
May 11, 2017
By: Keith J. Wood
Boston Patent Law Association Spring 2017 Newsletter View Link On Tuesday, April 25, 2017, the BPLA’s International and Foreign Practice Committee hosted a presentation...
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Open Source Software Solutions (Part 3): Educating your Employees about Open Source Software Issues
December 2, 2016 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds
By: Mary Lou Wakimura, Giovanna H. Fessenden, and Mark R. Tredinnick
In this series of articles, we have covered the licensing and intellectual property (IP) risks surrounding open source software (OSS) code and the need for software development companies...
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In re Aqua Products: Claim Amendments During Inter Partes Review
October 2016 - Boston Patent Law Association Newsletter
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently granted a petition to rehear en banc a decision by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (Board) to deny entry of substitute...
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Open Source Software Solutions (Part 2): Understanding Open Source Software License Trigger Points and Resulting Obligations
October 28, 2016 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds
By: Mary Lou Wakimura, Giovanna H. Fessenden, and Mark R. Tredinnick
In part one of this series, we introduced the licensing and intellectual property (IP) risks surrounding open source software (OSS) code and the need for software development companies...
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Open Source Software Solutions (Part 1): Getting to Know the Open Source Software in Your Products
October 4, 2016 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds
By: Mary Lou Wakimura, Giovanna H. Fessenden, and Mark R. Tredinnick
As software companies turn towards open source software (OSS) solutions to develop robust and cutting-edge products, the enticement of highly-effective technology can obscure licensing...
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Recent Limitations On Patent Term Adjustment For 'A' Delay
March 9, 2016 - Law360
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office compensates patent applicants for delay in processing applications by issuing patent term adjustment that can lengthen the life of a patent based...
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Intellectual Property: How Medtech Startups Can Protect It
August 7, 2017 - Medical Design & Outsourcing
By: Alexander Adam, Ph.D
Intellectual Property: How Medtech Startups Can Protect It All companies begin with an idea. The details of protecting intellectual property, however, can be daunting, especially...
More »

Practical Aspects of Intellectual Property That You Should Know
July 2017 - The Cutting Edge Magazine
By: Patrick A. Quinlan
Patrick Quinlan, Associate, breaks down the four basic areas of IP in his article "Practical Aspects of Intellectual Property That You Should Know," featured in...
More »

BPLA International and Foreign Practice Committee Host an Event on Strategies for Prosecuting Biotech and Life Science Patents in China
May 11, 2017
By: Keith J. Wood
Boston Patent Law Association Spring 2017 Newsletter View Link On Tuesday, April 25, 2017, the BPLA’s International and Foreign Practice Committee hosted a presentation...
More »

Open Source Software Solutions (Part 3): Educating your Employees about Open Source Software Issues
December 2, 2016 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds
By: Mary Lou Wakimura, Giovanna H. Fessenden, and Mark R. Tredinnick
In this series of articles, we have covered the licensing and intellectual property (IP) risks surrounding open source software (OSS) code and the need for software development companies...
More »

In re Aqua Products: Claim Amendments During Inter Partes Review
October 2016 - Boston Patent Law Association Newsletter
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently granted a petition to rehear en banc a decision by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (Board) to deny entry of substitute...
More »

Open Source Software Solutions (Part 2): Understanding Open Source Software License Trigger Points and Resulting Obligations
October 28, 2016 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds
By: Mary Lou Wakimura, Giovanna H. Fessenden, and Mark R. Tredinnick
In part one of this series, we introduced the licensing and intellectual property (IP) risks surrounding open source software (OSS) code and the need for software development companies...
More »

Open Source Software Solutions (Part 1): Getting to Know the Open Source Software in Your Products
October 4, 2016 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds
By: Mary Lou Wakimura, Giovanna H. Fessenden, and Mark R. Tredinnick
As software companies turn towards open source software (OSS) solutions to develop robust and cutting-edge products, the enticement of highly-effective technology can obscure licensing...
More »

Recent Limitations On Patent Term Adjustment For 'A' Delay
March 9, 2016 - Law360
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office compensates patent applicants for delay in processing applications by issuing patent term adjustment that can lengthen the life of a patent based...
More »

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